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Meridian Chamber Luncheon
When: Tuesday, Sept 19, 12 p.m. to 1:15 p.m.
Where: West Ada School District, DSC Auditorium District Service, Training Center, 1303 E Central Drive, Meridian
Please join us for a fantastic program, brought to you by Clear Voice Telecom. We will be hearing from Crime Stoppers of Idaho for our program. More info and register here.

Clearwater County Republican Women Meeting              
When: Wednesday, Sept 20, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Where: Joint School District 171, Orofino
Informing the community on republican issues. For more information, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., CCRW President.

Blaine County Republican Women Meeting
When: Thursday, Sept 21, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Where: Location varies
A group of steadfast republicans. For more information on agenda and location contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Blaine CRW President.

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Idaho Headlines

CdA’s political waters calm, as mayor, council go uncontested in November (Spokesman-Review)

Labrador fundraising pitch cites ‘late-breaking’ article in non-existent Idaho newspaper (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho Sen. Crapo wants to make switchblades legal in interstate commerce (Spokesman-Review)

Labrador gets anti-gang bill through House; Simpson secures $$ for Idaho (Spokesman-Review)

Ex-gubernatorial candidate’s wife died of dehydration on North Idaho camping trip (Idaho Statesman)

Marijuana in Idaho: Could legalization of marijuana be in Idaho's future? (Times-News)

Marty Trillhaase: Foreman pulls pin on Idaho's political grenade (Lewiston Tribune)

Crapo crafts flood insurance reform (Lewiston Tribune)

New Program To Allow Remote Testimony At Idaho Legislative Hearings (Boise State Public Radio)

Why Idaho Wants To Regulate Pollution And Permits For Lakes And Rivers (Boise State Public Radio)

Low-Lying Idaho Nonprofits Could Get Boost From Low-Interest Disaster Loans (Boise State Public Radio)

Compared With Other Western States, Idaho’s Economy Still Driven By Farming (Boise State Public Radio)

Administration’s words on immigration leave uncertainty for Idaho employers (Idaho Business Review)

Idaho’s reliance on federal money is a concern, say governor candidates (Idaho Freedom Foundation)

Ag committee chairs push Idaho farm commission leaders to talk about challenges (Capital Press)

Idaho's ESSA plan goes tot he feds (Idaho Education News)

Task force presses reset on the '60 percent goal' (Idaho Education News)

National Headlines